8(a) STARS II GWAC

TeAM is seeing STARS.

Technology, Automation and Management (TeAM Inc.) is proud to be part of a team awarded the GSA's GWAC 8(a) Streamlined Technology Acquisition Resources for Services II (STARS II) contract, the government's premiere small business contracting vehicle.

Stars II, a multiple-award, indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract, is engineered to promote small business utilization in the purchase of IT services for the federal government. The contract is reserved exclusively for qualifying certified 8(a) small businesses as prime contractors. The vehicle allows TeAM and its valued partners to contribute services across four functional areas, ranging from simple to complex IT services.

About the Contract
Contract Types Available
  • Fixed Price
  • Labor Hour
  • Time and Materials
    Contract Length
    • Five-year base period plus one five-year option period
    Contract Features
    • Directed task orders up to $4 million
    • $10 billion contract ceiling
    • Compliance with Section 843 of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) of 2008 and Section 863 of NDAA 2009.
    NAIC Functional Areas
    • 541511 -- Custom Computer Programming Services
    • 541512 -- Computer Systems Design Services
    • 541513 -- Computer Facilities Management Services
    • 541519 -- Other Computer Related Services
    Contact Us
    Charles Davis
    TeAM President/CEO
    April Noble
    VP of Operations

    The $10-billion ceiling IDIQ carries a five-year base period and a single five-year option period. STARS II allows for directed orders up to $4 million, allowing federal agencies to procure best-in-class service without the time and expense of traditional open-market methods. 

    TeAM's spot on the Stars II team adds to its growing list of federal procurement vehicles, which include TRICARE's TEAMS, the Navy's Seaport-e, the FAA's eFAST as well as GSA MOBIS and GSA IT 70.

    About Stars II

    STARS II, a potential $10 billion, 10-year IDIQ, is the followup to the GSA's successful STARS contract, which is set to expire in November.

    STARS II gives federal agencies access to what the GSA describes as  "an elite group of small 8(a) information technology businesses," allowing agencies to ensure they receive best-in-class service through an established vehicle rather than open-market methods, saving time and money.

    The contract allows for directed task orders up to $4 million each for federal civilian and Department of Defense activities.

    It also features a lower user access fee (0.75 percent), built into the contractor's ceiling prices.

    About TeAM, Inc.

    Founded in 1985, TeAM is an ISO 9001:2008 certified Veteran-Owned Small Disadvantaged Business (VOSDB). TeAM, a professional services company, maintains a long and productive relationship with the Department of Defense and numerous federal agencies. Located in Falls Church, Va., and San Antonio, TX, TeAM is organized to be accessible and responsive to clients' needs, matching superior service with the latest industry methodologies and technologies. Coupling decades of expertise and experience with a firm commitment to client needs, TeAM offers an unparalleled combination of small-business agility with big-business expertise.

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